In 1960, Bob Dainard travelled door-to-door in Lindsay, Ontario, bringing milk and butter often to each house on a street. At each delivery he would blow a whistle to let homeowners know that fresh milk had just arrived. Dainard then moved to the next house, dropping off filled bottles and picking up the empty ones.
The milk plant was at the corner of Victoria and Kent Streets, where the Royal Bank is now located in the city core. Back then the milk plant included a barn where the horses were kept. You could smell the milk from the plant for several blocks.
(Maryboro Lodge Museum photo)